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​Support New Treatments for Thyroid Disease

The medical specialists at the UPMC Multidisciplinary Thyroid Center treat the full spectrum of thyroid conditions, from hypo- and hyperthyroidism to rare thyroid cancers. Their ability to provide the best, state-of-the-art therapies is made possible with funding from people just like you.
 
You can become a part of this important work with a gift to support our extraordinary patient care programs and thyroid research. Your generosity is the key to our success and will enable continued improvements to thyroid disease treatments.

Types of Gifts

There are many ways to make gifts to the Multidisciplinary Thyroid Center. All gifts, of any size, are needed and will support lifesaving, life-changing work.
 
Among the types of gifts we receive are:
  • Monetary gifts made by cash, check, or credit card
  • Gifts of stocks or securities
  • Other gifts of property
  • Bequests
  • Gifts in memory or honor of a special person
When you give to the Multidisciplinary Thyroid Center, you can choose to contribute to one of the following program areas:
  • Thyroid Cancer Program
  • Molecular Genetics Program
If you don't have a preference, we will apply your gift to the area of greatest need.

Methods of Giving

  • Online: Make a secure donation.
  • By phone: To pay with your Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover Card, call 412-647-3048, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. (EST).
  • By mail: Print the donation form and mail it with your check, payable to UPMC Multidisciplinary Thyroid Center, to:
  • Karri Moehring
    MTC Development Office
    Forbes Tower, Suite 8084
    3600 Forbes Ave. at Meyran Ave.
    Pittsburgh, PA 15213

Matching Gifts

Many companies match charitable donations made by employees or employees’ spouses. This additional support can double, or even triple, the value of your gift. Please check with your human resources department to see if your company has a gift-matching program and ask for a matching gift form.
 
For more information about making a matching gift to the Multidisciplinary Thyroid Center, contact Karri Moehring at 412-647-2434 or moehringk@upmc.edu.

Tax Benefits

All contributions to the Multidisciplinary Thyroid Center are tax deductible to the full extent of the law. You will receive a written acknowledgment and tax receipt in the mail.

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